Caddytek One-click Folding golf push cart with Swivel Front Wheel, Version 8
Model: CaddyLite ONE – Swivel, Version 8
- Click one button folds the cart to compact size (16.5”x20.5”x29.3”)
- The front wheel can Swivel in any direction or locked to move straights
- Strong aluminum frame, weighs less than 19 lb
- Two large 11.5″x 2.6″ rear and one 9.5″ x 2.2″ front EVA maintenance-free wheels with ball bearings provide perfect traction on all types of terrain
- Front wheel alignment system in the locking mood
- Clamp type upper bag bracket secure the golf bag easily
- 30″ wide body design for effortless pushing
- Patented miscellaneous bag with the built-in cooler included
- Umbrella holder and storage rack included
- Scorecard holder integrated with storage compartment, beverage holder, Cell Phone/GPS holder and mesh net
Adjustable handle for multiple pushing positions. Scorecard holder integrated with beverage holder, storage compartment, umbrella holder, Cell Phone/GPS holder and mesh net
Cell phone/GPS holder on the Scorecard holder
Clamp type bag holder secure the any size and type of golf bag easily and securely
Lever to switch front wheel between locked or swivel mode
Foot brake is included
Patented bag holder fits stand bag perfectly
Optional Removable Seat
Optional Carry Bag
Umbrella holder storage rack
Liz Palermo –
After researching & looking closely at other push carts with a swivel front wheel, this is the best value for the money, hands down. For me, absolute “must haves” are an umbrella holder, scorecard holder, light weight and a place to place/stash a water bottle. The umbrella holder is adjustable, which is important to me for sun protection while walking a course – many other swivel cart umbrella holders are either stationary or non-existent. The water bottle holder, while plastic, is sturdy & has held up for over 2 years on an existing cart, and has enough “give” to handle a wider bottle, which is useful.
My Ogio carry bag fits well in it. This was important as I don’t use a cart bag, which is just too bulky for me when I carry my bag to the driving range.
The pouch is a perfect size to throw in a jacket, if needed. I use the cooler compartment for an extra bottle (or 2) of water, as many courses have not brought back water coolers on the course after the pandemic. While it does not keep things super cool, it does prevent items from warming up fast in the heat.
After 2 years of use, golfing several times a week during the season where I live (7-8 months), the rear wheel tread has worn quite a bit, but it is still very usable. This is not a huge issue for me, as I am adding the Alphard Club Booster V2 to convert this to a remote-controlled cart. The V2 replaces the rear wheels. After reviewing all options, this cart is the best value for the money to do this. I like the option to be able to revert back to a regular push cart if I have any issue with the remote booster and need time for repairs, but still want to use the push cart.
The front wheel lock is on the handle, which is convenient. I do notice quite a bit of wheel wobble on flat surfaces when the front wheel is not locked in a stationary position – not sure if this is normal or not, but it is annoying on a paved cart path. I typically only release it when going up or down hill on rugged/bumpy terrain., which is a very small percentage of time. On most rounds, I never release it. However, the Alphard V2 team recommends a swivel wheel cart for better maneuverability – time will tell.
It folds up easily and is easy for me to lift in my car. I’m buying a second one and donating the 2-year old one to a friend.
Liz Palermo –
Adding on to my previous review, The CaddyTek 3 Wheel Swivel Front Wheel comes standard with many accessories. On all other swivel wheel carts that are supported by the Alphard V2, one has to pay more for the accessories to bring it to the same level.